Tuesday, December 3, 2013 marks the second annual national day of giving. Falling right after Black Friday and Cyber Monday,…
Azevedo: “One of questions I am asked most often is how to best prepare for important games, and knowing how to get in the zone is essential. For me, “being in the zone” is playing consistently well, doing whatever it takes to win, and playing selflessly for the team.”
Video is courtesy of Kevin Hong and Hongkster Productions.
Video is courtesy of Marietta “Mary” Uhle and TriSolutions.
“It’s not about the time or place you get, its about the training and perseverance you put into it.” ~ Coach Chris Duncan
Ricky Berens, 3-time Olympic medalist, has officially retired. Berens has experienced it all as a swimmer. In his early years,…
“…a poetic journey through the waterways and coastline of the British Isles, following a lone swimmer through lakes, rivers and coves.”
Everything is on the line in this action packed thriller of strength, strategy, and swimming.
Most swimmers of high school and college age participate in the tradition of shaving down at the end of a season, perhaps getting a special hair cut, making posters and maybe eating a traditional pre-race meal.
Video is courtesy of University of Guelph Men’s Swim Team.
The true story of Tony Fingleton, a young man from a troubled family who found the inner strength to become a champion.
Many thanks to Melissa Lundie, melissalundie.com, for capturing these photo.
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The week-long celebration of the best in Canadian swimming continues as the Victoria Times-Colonist will reveal the next Big Splash Awards Week winner Thursday. The OMEGA Female Swimmer of the Year, Open Water Swimmer of the Year and the People’s Choice Race of the Year remain to be announced.